Taken in the Fort Derussy park looking towards hotels in Waikiki.
Sun beginning to rise on a Saturday morning in Waikiki.
Taken in Hale Koa park looking towards the ocean.
Corol tree in bloom, Fort Derussy park, Waikiki.
Waikiki is truly the land of palms
Beach walk, fronting Hale Koa hotel looking towards the Hilton Hawaiian Hotel.
Several stands of surf boards dot the beaches of Waikiki.
Kayak vendor dragging 2 kayaks to the ocean from his stand nearby the Outrigger Hotel.
Outrigger jetty a popular photo taking location.
Taken from jetty fronting the Outrigger hotel looking towards the Hale Koa park and Hilton Hawaiian Village hotel.
Couple tourists loaded into limo in front of the Outrigger hotel.
Backside of the Halekulani Resort Hotel facing the beach.
Shops on Lewers Ave in Waikiki
Top of Waikiki revolving restaurant sits atop the Waikiki Business Plaza.
There are several colors of this bus running in Waikiki; Red, Blue and Light Green. Very colorful, quiet and popular with the tourists.
I was having a coffee and one of the local doves paid me a visit.
Street scene on Kalakaua Ave., Waikiki.
The Cheescake Factory is very popular restaurant in Waikiki. It just reopened after being closed for about 6 months due to a big fire they had.
Art shop in Waikiki. Interesting sculpture.
Guess you could call this a "goat of another color"
The front of the Moani Surfrider Resort and Spa, likely the most expensive hotel on the beach front of Waikiki.
Yes, proof that stupidity is manufactured in Waikiki.
If you are a Hawaii Five-O fan, then this is the location where the "shrimp truck" and other vendors are operating along Waikiki.
Tourists aboard the trolley.
Famous Duke Kahanamoku statue, Kuhio beach, Waikiki.
Leis are popular with the tourists and I suppose when they are walking along the beach they just drape them on the Duke's statue.